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Introducing Hyperpulp

Hyperpulp is a new electronic magazine from Brazil, edited by Alexandre Mandarino. It is a bilingual magazine, publishing the stories in both Portuguese and English. This seems to be becoming more common – see, for instance, the recent French-English web magazine Onirismes – it will be interesting to see if this heralds some new movement in world sf magazine publishing.

The new issue of Hyperpulp features Gustavo Bondoni from Argentina, Carlos Orsi from Brazil, and Berit Ellingsen from Norway, amongst others.

February 8, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , ,

1 Comment

  1. That is neat! It’s great to see how publishing technology can spread literature across languages and cultures and thus making people aware of other cultures especially through science fiction and fantasy.

    Comment by Steven Rose, Jr. | February 8, 2012


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